Janusz J Godyn

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In recent years, researchers have explored the use of computer-assisted morphometric analysis to evaluate nuclear shape. Most of these studies use nuclear shape factors which are based on circumference/surface measurement ratios, such as variations of the nuclear contour index, the form factor, and the nuclear roundness factor. Here we present a new method(More)
Facial swelling is commonly ascribed to angioedema and a host of other causes. Temporal arteritis (TA), a disease most often diagnosed in patients over the age of 50 years, frequently presents with nonspecific and often ignored complaints (headache, symptoms of polymyalgia rheumatica, low-grade fever, fever of unknown origin, loss of appetite, depression,(More)
This article summarizes the diagnostic features and treatment recommendations for cutaneous anthrax, exemplified by a case report of nontypical cutaneous anthrax. The treatment of choice is medical, with ciprofloxacin or doxycycline the preferred antibiotics. However, surgical biopsy may be used if the clinical setting and microbiologic examination of swabs(More)
Placenta from an extrauterine abdominal pregnancy was examined after a 37-week healthy infant gestation. The placenta, with its fetal surface down and maternal surface up, protruded from the pelvic area to peritoneal cavity in the wall of the amniotic sac containing fetus. The placenta was implanted under the thin subperitoneal layer of maternal tissue(More)
BACKGROUND Cells with "hand mirror" morphology have not, to the best of our knowledge, been described in a primary effusion sample. This paper describes a case of T-cell lymphoma with eosinophilia in a patient with suspected peritoneal carcinomatosis. Rarely, a T-cell lymphoproliferative process may mimic primary peritoneal carcinomatosis, clinically(More)